“If we lose those quiet spaces, or fill them up with content, we will sacrifice something important not only in ourselves, but in our cultures.” — Nicholas Carr
Our social experiment on eye contact might change the way you interact with people. "I See You" aims to shed light on a culture starved of presence. A culture that craves human connection. A culture misled into believing that the power to connect with the whole world rests in the palm of our hand, momentarily forgetting that digital connection is no replacement for the real thing.
As eye contact becomes a rare occurrence in a digital world where the majority of us look down at our screens while passing each other in the street, we were curious to see what would happen if we asked 10 strangers to make eye contact and silently acknowledge each other for five minutes? The results were touching: uncomfortable laughter, uncontrollable smiling, the pursing of lips, fidgeting of hands and tears...
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